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See detailAnalyse of the semantic field of Social representation between teachers and parents of the School/Family relationship
Pelt, Véronique UL; Poncelet, Débora UL

in Papers on Social Representations = Textes sur les représentations sociales (2012), 21

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See detailRelation École/Famille : une nouvelle approche.
Pelt, Véronique UL; Poncelet, Débora UL

in Acts of the XIII International Congress of AIFREF (2011)

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See detailUne recherche-action: Connaître, accompagner et provoquer le changement en sciences de l’éducation.
Pelt, Véronique UL; Poncelet, Débora UL

in Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Bildungswissenschaften = Rivista Svizzera di Scienze dell'Educazione = Revue Suisse des Sciences de l'Education (2011), 33(3), 495-510

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See detailLa co-construction d’une problématique : validation d’un modèle communicationnel.
Pelt, Véronique UL; Poncelet, Débora UL

in Poncelet, Débora (Ed.) Actes du XIVe congrès international de l’AIFREF : les méthodes en éducation familiale (2011)

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See detailWhich Psychological Quality of Life must have the Newly-Registered Students from three European Universities to acquire Employability Skills?
Baumann, Michèle UL; Pelt, Véronique UL

in Psychology & Health (2010), suppl

Modem universities are competitive environments that must enable students to meet occupational requirements. Our survey assesses the associations between psychological quality of life and employability ... [more ▼]

Modem universities are competitive environments that must enable students to meet occupational requirements. Our survey assesses the associations between psychological quality of life and employability skills and others associate factors among newly-registered students from social sciences faculties. 236 volunteers (85 Luxembourg, 82 Belgium, 69 Romania) completed an online questionnaire (participation, 66%). Employability skills (ES) were assessed using a scale covering communication, interpersonal relations, capacity for innovation; quality of life was measured using Whoqol-Bref domains concerning psychological, environment, and social relations. Female respondents were predominantly (90% Romanian, 75% Luxembourg, 67% Belgian students). Belgian students were the youngest (18.5 years, 19.1 Rom, 21.2 Lux); the Luxembourg students entered university one year later. ES score was higher among Luxembourg and Romania than Belgium students (77,8 vs 71,3 vs 68,2). Psychological Whoqol-bref score was highest among Luxembourg and Romania students, Belgian students had the lowest (74.6 vs 65.3 vs 64.0). It was correlated positively with social relations and environment Whoqol-bref domains, and with ES score for Luxembourg and Romanian, but negatively for Belgian students. Employability skills related to psychological health among students enrolled into vocational courses from Luxembourg and Romania faculties, but not their academically orientated Belgian counterparts. University is a natural setting to promote programmes geared to psychological counseling, improvement of the social environment, and assistance services for university work. [less ▲]

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See detailHow universities can assess employability skills?
Pelt, Véronique UL; Baumann, Michèle UL

in Bargel, T. et al. (Ed.) Empirical Evidence in International Comparison. (2010)

The SQALES (Students' Quality of Life and Employability Skills) project aims to help universities adopt the recommendations from Bergen (Communiqué 2005) within the framework of the Bologna Process and ... [more ▼]

The SQALES (Students' Quality of Life and Employability Skills) project aims to help universities adopt the recommendations from Bergen (Communiqué 2005) within the framework of the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area (EHEA, Communiqué Louvain & European Council, 2009). Under the European Council declaration of 1999, universities have become subject to assessment in terms of productivity and competitiveness. Against that background, we aim to help universities: Create a tool for assessing employability skills (ES) and addressing the requirements of the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area (EHEA, European Council, 2009) Create an evaluation device with which to establish benchmarks Facilitate a dialogue between all those involved in order to meet students’ needs Adopt new activities and make use of new resources Compare themselves with other European universities The objectives of Sqales are to: - Describe Employability skills, WHOQoL domains and socio-demographic characteristics Analyse the links between employability skills and other variables Identify students' feelings about their faculties using a range of scores [less ▲]

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See detailSQALES "Student's QuAlity of Life and Employability Skills" à l'Université du Luxembourg: Evaluation et suivi de l'encadrement facultaire et de la réussite des bacheliers.
Pelt, Véronique UL; Baumann, Michèle UL

in Europe « Evaluation & Curriculum » (2010)

Les réformes initiées par le processus de Bologne bouleversent une Université désormais considérée comme un lieu de productivité et de compétitivité [1] en charge de promouvoir les compétences relatives à ... [more ▼]

Les réformes initiées par le processus de Bologne bouleversent une Université désormais considérée comme un lieu de productivité et de compétitivité [1] en charge de promouvoir les compétences relatives à l’employabilité (CRE) des étudiants tout en veillant à leur qualité de vie (QDV). A l’Université du Luxembourg (UL), l'instrument et le processus «Students QuAlity of Live and Employability Skills» (SQALES) ont été conçus pour effectuer annuellement la mesure des CRE et de la QDV afin de mettre en place des mesures correctives et des actions de réajustement permettant de répondre au mieux aux besoins identifiés. SQALES est un dispositif d'évaluation des performances qui permet de produire des Indicateurs Participatifs, créer des référentiels, suivre leur évolution, situer le niveau de qualité interne des facultés. Les recommandations émanant des évaluations seront des supports à la discussion qui permettront d’ouvrir la négociation et de guider le choix des investissements futurs concernant l'environnement pédagogique, les ressources disponibles, les aides et entraides à promouvoir. <br />En 2008-2009, 1131 étudiantes/étudiants primo-inscrits ont été accueillis dans les 11 bachelors des facultés de Sciences, Technologie et Communication (FSTC), Droit, Economie et Finance (FDEF) et Lettres, Sciences Humaines, Arts et Sciences de l’Education (FLSHASE). Les objectifs de notre étude ont été : - premièrement, d’analyser les liens qui existent entre l’acquisition d’ECTS, le sentiment de posséder des CRE et de bénéficier d’une QDV, - deuxièmement, de construire des profils d’étudiants en fonction de leur faculté d’appartenance. <br />Deux mois après le début de leur cursus universitaire, les bacheliers ont été invités à répondre à un questionnaire online via internet. Les items des CRE sont extraits d’une étude canadienne [2]. Ils explorent la rédaction, l’esprit critique, la résolution de problèmes, le travail d’équipe, la direction d'autres personnes et l’utilisation de nouvelles technologies. [less ▲]

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See detailWHOQoL Psychological and employability skills among students at the universities of Luxembourg and Liege (Belgium).
Pelt, Véronique UL; Guillaume, J. F.; Baumann, Michèle UL

in Psychology & Health (2009), 26

To analyse the relationships between a psychological quality of life and employability skills among first-year students of social sciences at the universities of Luxembourg and Belgium. Method. 84 ... [more ▼]

To analyse the relationships between a psychological quality of life and employability skills among first-year students of social sciences at the universities of Luxembourg and Belgium. Method. 84 students initially registered at bachelor professional (Faculty LSHASE), and 91 at bachelor academic (Institut SHS Liege) completed questionnaires. Results Scores for psychological WHOQoL (74.3 vs 63.9 Liege) and environmental WHOQoL (73.3 vs 68.4) were better among the Luxembourg students, as was the score for employability skills (73.0 vs 68.3) than ISHS Belgium. Psychological WHOQoL score was correlated with perceived health, scores for social relationships and environmental WHOQol domains, and employability skills score (with the exceptions of the father’s professional status in Luxembourg and students age in Belgium). Effect between psychological WHOQoL and employability skills was only observed among Luxembourg students. Conclusion Good mental health is a key factor of possession of employability skills in Luxembourg where students are older and their studies are professional dies. [less ▲]

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The SQALES (Students' Quality of Life and Employability Skills) project aims to help universities adopt the recommendations from Bergen (Communiqué 2005) within the framework of the Bologna Process and ... [more ▼]

The SQALES (Students' Quality of Life and Employability Skills) project aims to help universities adopt the recommendations from Bergen (Communiqué 2005) within the framework of the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area (EHEA, Communiqué de Louvain & European Council, 2009). Under the European Council declaration of 1999, universities have become subject to assessment in terms of productivity and competitiveness. Against that background, we aim to help universities: Create a tool for assessing employability skills (ES) and addressing the requirements of the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area (EHEA, European Council, 2009) Create an evaluation device with which to establish benchmarks Facilitate a dialogue between all those involved in order to meet students’ needs Adopt new activities and make use of new resources Compare themselves with other European universities The objectives of Sqales are to: - Describe Employability skills, WHOQoL domains and socio-demographic characteristics Analyse the links between employability skills and other variables Identify students' feelings about their faculties using a range of scores [less ▲]

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